in Dresden, 2008
|Full name||Lilit Mkrtchian|
August 9, 1982 |
Armenian SSR, Soviet Union
|Title||International Master, WGM|
|FIDE rating||2450 (December 2014)
(No. 34 ranked woman in the November 2012 FIDE World Rankings)
|Peak rating||2503 (January 2010)|
In 2002, Mkrtchian won the silver medal in the European Individual Chess Championship in Varna, Bulgaria, scoring 8½/11 points. She participated in the European Team Chess Championship 2003 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, helping Armenia win the gold medal. She took the bronze medal at the seventh European Individual Championship 2006 held in Kuşadası, Turkey, scoring 7½/11 points.
In December 2009, she took tenth position in the list of best sportspeople of Armenia in 2009.
In 2013 she came third at the European Individual Chess Championship for women.
- "All Women's Champions of Armenia". Armchess. Retrieved 28 July 2011.
- OlimpBase 5th Women's European Chess Team Championship, Plovdiv 2003, Armenia
- The Week in Chess 598
- "Lilit Mkrtchian in the Top 10". Armchess. 2009-12-16. Retrieved 19 December 2009.
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